All-business airline La Compagnie specializes in premium — yet discounted — transatlantic travel with 76 lie-flat seats onboard its Airbus A321neo planes.
Currently, it flies between Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey and Paris, Nice, and Milan — but its route map is growing.
[A La Compagnie’s Airbus A321neo. Thomas Pallini/Insider]
On the outside, La Compagnie’s aircraft are unmistakable thanks to an iconic blue and black livery.
Even the cockpit windows feature Airbus’ signature black mask, affectionately referred to as “eyeliner.”
[The wingtips of the Airbus A321neo. Thomas Pallini/Insider]
When combined with aerodynamically-friendly wingtips, known as “sharklets” on Airbus planes, fuel burn is reduced by 20% per seat compared to older generation aircraft.
[The interior of the Airbus A321neo. Thomas Pallini/Insider]
A total of 76 business class seats comprise the single cabin, spanning a mere 20 rows.
There are no economy seats onboard La Compagnie, nor middle seats, for that matter.
[The lie-flat seats. Thomas Pallini/Insider]
Each seat comes with a pillow and comforter for when it’s time to sleep.
The lie-flat capability is a step up from when La Compagnie flew Boeing 757 aircraft that only had angle-flat capabilities.
[The complimentary business class amenity kit. Thomas Pallini/Insider]
A business class amenity kit also comes standard for all passengers.
Inside are the essentials such as an eye mask, socks, and lotions.
[The seat-back entertainment systems. Thomas Pallini/Insider]
Each seat has a seat-back entertainment system with high-definition displays.
The screens are immovable but quite large and also touch-screen.
See more photos inside A La Compagnie’s Airbus A321neo on Insider.